Category: Clubs & Classes

Mindful Meditation meetings in Sun Lakes

Jack Hatfield Meditation is probably not what you think. Its goal is not to get rid of thoughts, retreat from the world or mentally float off in a pink cloud. Using techniques that have been used for over 2500 years by millions and millions of people, people’s lives can become richer, more vivid, more satisfying…

Bridge Results

  Monday Afternoon Social Partnership Bridge 9/17. 1st Paul Budrick and Newell Orr, 2nd Joe and Fae Rosen, 3rd Ellen and Elliott Bond; Slam: Paul Budrick and Newell Orr 9/24. 1st Karen Harnish and Fran Carissimo, 2nd Jeanette Newman and Jeannie Kitzman, 3rd Ruth Hiner and Nancy Parsegian; Slam: Karen Harnish and Fran Carissimo 10/01.…

Sun Lakes Breakfast Lions Club doings…

Brian Curry, President of the Sun Lakes Breakfast Lions Club, presents the “Lion of the Year” award to Bob and Kay Glantz who received the 2018 honor as co-recipients. “The Glantz’s are both great Lions on their own, involved in every facet of our club, but together they are unstoppable in their dedication and enthusiasm…

Savvy Travelers Club to meet November 8

Join us November 8 at 6:30 p.m. – Saguaro Room, Cottonwood Country Club. Windstar Cruises – Small Ship Cruising will be here in Sun Lakes for the first time to tell their story. We invite you to join us. No dues – just look for the Savvy Traveler Suitcase on sidewalk outside the room. Contact…

Chordaires Show Chorus of Sun Lakes

  The Chordaires had an exciting rehearsal on October 4, with current and new members and their director, Marc Gaston, all ready to begin working on the upcoming Christmas Program called “Happy Holidays.” Sun Lakes Country Club is hosting this free public concert again on Sunday, December 9, from 4:00 to 5:00 p.m. in the…

A shot of yoga for pain relief

Noell Hyman “This is way better than narcotics!” a newer student said to me after his fourth Chair Yoga class ended at the Cottonwood Country Club. He’s been on a combination of opiates and morphine for pain in both the upper and lower back and for serious knee problems in both knees. In an effort…

Walking today for a better tomorrow

Sue Schwartz If life really begins at 50, shouldn’t you be in the best shape of your life at 65? Getting older is not for wimps. As things start to break, need tweaking or flat out have to be replaced, these events take a toll on the get-up-and-go attitude. Independence, confidence and a sense of…